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boswell. the intruder reported boswell's home saturday night and point ad gun at his daughter demanding money. we are told 77-year-old boswell pictured here struggled with the gunman before his grandson grabbed the shotgun and pointed it at the intruder. he fled and no one was hurt. police are calling the break-in a random act. >>> to casey anthony's newfound freedom after three years behind bars and 12 days after being cleared in her daughter's murder, casey anthony walked out of the orange county jail in florida sunday. this morning, though, her whereabouts are unknown and there are many asking where casey goes from here. cnn's david mattingly is live in orlando. obviously a ton of interest in where she is, where she plans to be. what are her representatives saying at this point? >> her departure from jail took all of 30 seconds. she walked out of the jail right out the front door. got in a an suv with her attorney and sped off into the night. police are were there to make sure no one followed. helicopters followed the car to a parking deck that belonged to the office building where o
the gunman. boswell was injured when they fell down the stairs. the man ran away when boswell's 22-year-old grandson pulled out a shotgun. police are still looking for him. >>> the u.s. women's soccer team arrived in new york this evening. the team was greeted by hundreds of fans in times square after captivating the nation with the run to the world cup final. japan beat the u.s. in penalty kicks yesterday. tomorrow morning the u.s. women will appear on the "today" show. >>> still ahead tonight, the government promises to investigate after a stage collapses in the middle of a music festival. >>> a police chase doesn't end until the suspect runs into a local shopping mall. >>> and one veterinarian does the patriotic thing and saves a bald >>> canada's ministry of labor will investigate how a stage at a music festival collapsed over the weekend. it happened last night as the band cheap trick was performing. officials at the ottawa blues fest said the stage was inspected daily. severe weather warning was issued just before high winds and rain toppled the stage. more than a dozen people wer
. a masked man ran into congressman leonard boswell's home on saturday night. police say the suspect pulled a gun on boswell's daughter and tried to rob her. the 77-year-old vietnam war vet says he tried to grab the man's gun and wrestled with the intruder. boswell was injured when both he and the intruder fell down the stairs. the suspect took off. boswell suffered a broken rib. >>> a 17-year-old boy in south florida is accused of killing his parents with a hammer and then throwing a party. tyler hadley is now in detention in port st. lucie, florida. he killed his parents after posting a facebook message about a party at his house saturday. as many as 60 teens showed up. police did not learn about the deaths when they showed up the at the house to check out a noise complaint during the party. officers discovered the bodies the next day after getting a tip. hadley is charged with two counts [ cherie ] i always had a job, ever since i was fourteen. i could not make working and going to school work. it was not until the university of phoenix that i was able to work full-time, be a mom, and go
boswell was home with his family when some guy pushed his way in as gunpoint. boswell wrestled the man and tried to grab the gun. then his grandson went for a shotgun. that sent the robber high tailing it out the door. police say no one is seriously injured. >>> in phoenix a 61-year-old woman accused of groping a tsa agent. police say the woman refused to go through screening. then she reached out and grabbed the agent's breasts. she was arrested and charged with a felony. >>> the debate over raising the debt ceiling and reducing the deficit picks up again today after no significant progress over the weekend. congress faces an august 2nd deadline to raise the limit or risk federal government defaulting on its bills. republicans are pushing a new plan with a catchy title. details from candy crowley. >> reporter: buzzword alert. >> cut cap and balance gets us out of debt over a period of time. >> cut bringing down the $1.5 trillion deficit this year. cap federal spending at 18% at gdp. it's at 24% now. pass a balanced budget amendment to the constitution that includes spending caps and m
...ccaig boswwll tells 3&ppuulic & p3 boswell ays (oncam intto): "lawmakers have 7 days to agree on deficit reduccionn and vote to aiseethe debt ceiling,,after months of -3 deadlocked talls tte top pepublican in the house andd -3 the top democrat in the senate today unveiled new competiig pllns prompting the resident obama says the nation'' economy is at risk and warned republicans they must - compromise and not insist on short term increasee in the 3 "republicannhouse meebers have eeseetially said that the nly 3 america's first-ever default is if the rest oo us agree to tteir deep, ssending cutt-only approach." while -3 attacking a gop lannput forward today he fell ssorr of & endorssng thh democratic proposal also unveiled earlier. obama says: "i think that's a &pmuch better path, although serious deficit reduction - would still require us to tackll the tough challenges of entitlement and ttx reform." ssnate aaooity leader harry reid's plan does not -3 innlude tax increasss as the presidentthas called for, but it does raise he debt ceiling by
bill this afternoon. craig boswell is breaking down what is in the bill that is up for a vote this hour and one of the reasons the deal is still not done. >> reporter: an 11th hour deal to prevent the united states from going into default on august 2nd could be at hand. with both sides expressing optimism that negotiations that have taken place throughout the weekend could break the partisan impasse. >> cooperation is the only way forward. compromise is the only way forward. >> reporter: a departmenttive deal between the white house and congress would raise the debt ceiling through 2012 and guaranteed cuts of $9 billion but a second debt limit increase would prompt one of three scenarios. first a bipartisan committee would identify $1.5 trillion in savings over the next ten years. those deficit cuts would be written into a bill that must clear congress. if not, congress must pass a balanced budget amendment to the constitution and send it to the state's for consideration. if congress fails to pass either, the deal under discussion would force across the board cuts to government spending
round of negotiations with key members of both parties. fox's craig boswell shows us what happened. >> reporter: for itself third time -- for the third time since thursday, congress members sat down with president obama looking to hash out a deal on spending cuts. a few hours earlier during a press conference, the president was adamant but not accepting a short-term agreement. >> the things that i will not consider are on a 30-day or a 60-day or a 90-day or 180-day temporary stopgap resolution to this problem. >> reporter: the president wants $4 trillion in cuts over a decade along with tax increases on the nation's wealthiest beginning in 2013. he says the two sides must break the stalemate and allow a vote to raise the debt ceiling by august 2. >> if we don't raise the debt ceiling and we see a crisis of confidence in the markets and suddenly interest rates are going up. >> reporter: while both sides agree the debt ceiling must be raised, republicans say tax increases will not be part of the bargain. >> the last thing we should be doing right now at a time of 9.2% unemployment is
. boswell: i am. the speaker pro tempore: the clerk will report. the clerk: mr. boswell moves to recommit the bill with instructions to report the same back to the house forthwith with the following amendment. page 57 after line 2, insert the following new sections, section 14, sense of congress regarding relief for 2011 flood victims, a, findings, the congress finds the following, one, flood disasters and emergencies of 2011 have been unprecedented. two, such flood disasters and emergencies cover 696 counties in 29 states. three, the president has declared a major disaster from flooding in 2011 from 26 counties in louisiana, 32 counties in indiana, 34 counties in montana, seven counties in vermont, 23 counties in new york, three counties in alaska, 21 counties in illinois, 16 counties in oklahoma, six counties in idaho. 37 counties in south dakota, 48 counties in mississippi, 34 counties in minnesota, 47 counties in north dakota, 38 counties in missouri, 64 counties in tennessee, 76 counties in kentucky, 57 counties in arkansas, 23 counties in georgia, 67 counties in alabama, 20 counties
of the space shuttle marks an end -- the end of an era. craig boswell has more. >> landing gear down locked. >> mission complete, houston. >> reporter: it landed just before 6:00 a.m. eastern time. near the runway, shuttle managers gathered along with astronauts' families and friends to welcome the crew home after the successful 13- day mission. mission control, a knicks of tears and -- a mix of tears and jeer es. nasa staffers, past and present celebrating the space shuttle's return while marking the end of the 30-year program. >> everything worked flawlessly just like it should on every mission. they did exactly what they needed to do and really delivered a quality end of the program. >> reporter: an historic day for nasa and a proud moment for "atlantis" and it's four-member crew. >> thanks. great words, great words. a lot of emotion today but one thing is indisputable, america's not gonna stop exploring, thank you, "columbia," "challenger," "endeavour" and "atlantis", thank you. >> reporter: it folks along the coast will never stop exploring space as they wonder where the near newture s
boswell was there for this historic day and joins us live with the story. it had to be an amazing day for you as well to witness this firsthand. >> absolutely and good evening to you. i have said this before. i describe my job as a front seat to life. again, a very appropriate description for this today. a break in the weather timed out perfectly for nasa as the clouds cleared. you got a little sunshine in there and they were able to give the go ahead for the final space shuttle launch of the entire space shuttle program. >> two, one, zero and liftoff. >> the space shuttle atlantis lifting off, magging the beginning of the end for the space shuttle program. stormy weather held off, but there was a slight delay. countdown temporarily stopped while engineers did a quick inspection to make sure an oxygen vent arm was properly retracted. >> we were in the clear until 31 seconds when the arm gave us trouble. all that was folks, when we retracted, we didn't get one of the indicators that it was back in lock. >> it will bring a year's worth of supplies. without a doubt, it's a thrilling
boswell and john boehner is one of his best friends they go to dinner together and vacation and couple of nights he voted no and he was the last guy in the house to cast a no vote. >> well said. thank you very much. it is enough to make you cynical and jaded on life . enough to make everyone. don imus, yeah, he's next. premiering the revolution by lg. the newest release with verizon 4g lte. the first phone pre-loaded with access to netflix's massive movie library. powered by verizon 4g lte for an unparalleled streaming experience. see how mobile entertainment was meant to be seen. only with verizon 4g lte. now get the revolution by lg for $199.99 and receive 3 months of netflix free. vietnam, 1967. i got mine in iraq, 2003. u.s.a.a. autonsurance is often handed down from generation to generation, because it offers a superior level of protection and because u.s.a.a.'s commitment to serve the military, veterans, and their families is without equal. ben your lega. get an auto insurance quote. u.s.a.a. we know what it means to serve. is now honey nut cheerios! yup, america's favorite. so w
. leonard boswell struggling with an armed intruder saturday night. a man came through the front door attacked boswell's daughter and demanded water. 77-year-old boss well tried to take the gun away his grandson mitchell got a shotgun and pointed it at the intruder who then ran out the door. no rayss have been made. >>> the debt limit standoff showing no signs of cooling down. intense situations underway to reach a by partisan agreement before the august deadline. the question whether to raise the u.s. debt limit. some tax exemptions must go republicans holding out for a solution. they could have disastrous consequences. i am mary an rafferty now back to geraldo at large for your latest headlines go to fox news ds come. you are watching the most powerful name in news fox news channel. >> we have done what we feel is necessary to do. i will see if the system is going to work and hope we don't get the same jury. >> miller the founder of equusearch the follow veer group that searchs for missing youngsters after he served a 100,000 lawsuit after he wasted equusearch's time money energy al
of iowa congressman leonard boswell after fending off an armed intruder in his house. his wife, daughter and grandson were about to hit the sack late saturday when the thug broke in attacking his daughter. the wiley 77-year-old tried to stop him but it was boswell's drandson's loaded shotgun that caused the punc to flee in the opposite direction. if there is one thing you learn from a shotgun, you never one at one. publicizing tales like these do nothing but good, for they remind the common thug of a key life-or-death question. what house would you rob if you could? one in which the owner is armed? or not? it poses a question to everyone else, if you are the victim, would you rather be armed or not? me, i don't bant to depend on the kindness of strangers. i prefer to depend on the accuracy of my shot. of course, the biggest gun control advocates will disagree but they all work in well-protected media networks surrounded by well-train and well-armed security. you have don't. guns are a conservative libertarian way of privatizing safety. it's also the best way to keep good people free and
congressman leonard boss walled's daughter. he then put a gun to her head and demanded money. boswell's chief of staff said the 77-year-old rushed into the room and tried to knock the gun out of his hands. >> congressman just sort of did what anybody would do if he knew his family was in trouble, he just tried to jump right in the situation and help his daughter in any way, shape, or form. >> the robber fled after boswell's grandson grabbed a shotgun and aimed it in his face. vic, kai, thank you. no one was seriously injured. police are still looking for the intruder. >> extreme heat. right now the midwest is sweating it out in a heat wave. manuel gallegus reports to wjment z there is no end in sight to the brutal summer temperatures. >> reporter: from the northeast to the plains to the south, americans are sweltering and doing whatever they can to deep cool. if your job is undertake 0 side you get creative. >> i got my ration soaked in some cold water with my head just trying to stay cool out here, it's hot. >> reporter: more than 40 states will be sizzling in the 90s or above again this wee
congressman. representative leonard boswell's office says an armed man attacked boswell's daughter in the home and demanded money. the 77-year-old congressman heard his daughter screaming and tried to disarm the man. it was his grandson who ran the man off with a gun. so far, no arrests have been made. >>> time for your political ticker with tim farley, host of "morning briefing" on sirius fm. potus live from washington. i don't know, president obama said friday he told the parties to figure out some solution. bottom line is, we are still apparently no closer to a debt ceiling increase deal. >> yeah, two weeks and a day. i think your beginning of the show you opened with those options. i think you forgot one of the possibilities is maybe harry potter brings in a wand and gets all the muggles to behave for once. >> that could be it. >> i think it probably got something in there that's going to happen. it looks like there's going to be some sort of a plan that will get us through 2012 election, whether you want to use the expression kick the can down the road or something else. there's i think a
at the home of representative leonard boswell. someone came to the door, attacked his daughter and demanded money. boswell came running to help, and so did his grandson. >>> tour bus crashed on interstate 390. a tire blow-out may have caused the accident. >>> los angeles survived carmageddon. traffic gridlock, mostly stayed off l.a.'s freeways. 405 reopened at noon local time, hours ahead of schedule. >>> italian prime minister, berlusconi, corruption charges related to his media empire and paying for sex with a teenage girl. he tookwhat happened? >> he didn't show up for either. defense case, his lawyers have been trying to get the whole case relocated to a different court. this was all about the ruby gate scandal and said it should be heard in a place closer to where this supposed paying for sex with a minor took place, at his country residence. courts threw that out and said it shouldn't be heard by a tribunal and should be continue ed to be prosecuted here in milan. the most serious charge, abuse of power, took place when he called a milan police station. so, they say we're going to con
to say no? >> then, a home intruder confronted by a u.s. congressman. leonard boswell, 77 years old, fighting crime in the middle of the night with his own two bare hands. details straight ahead on this monday "fox & friends." way to go, congressman. i'm phil mickelson, pro golfer. if you have painful, swollen joints, i've been in your shoes. one day i'm on p of the world... the next i'm saying... i have this thing called psoriatic arthritis. i had some intense pain. it progressively got worse. my rheumatologist told me about enbrel. i'm surprid how quickly my symoms have beemanaged. [ male announcer ] because enbrel suppresses your immune system, it may lower your ability to fight infections. serious, sometimes fatal events including infections, tuberculosis, lymphoma, other cancers, and nervo system and blood disorders have occurred. before starting enbrel, your doctor should test you for tuberculosis and discuss whetr you've been to a region where certain fungal infections are common. don't start enbrel if you have an infection like the flu. tell your doctor if you're prone to in
moments for a politician and his family. leonard boswell is a decorated vietnam veteran. he attempted to disarm the man himself. his grandson eventually scaring the attacker away by grabbing a nearby shotgun. >> reporter: congressman boswell has known as a tough guy. he was a decorated war hero and he flew assault helicopters during street a number. he was at his farm in ramona, iowa, he was with his wife, his daughter cindy as well as grandson mitchell. at 10:45 at night he was in a different parts of the house. the intruder stormed in the front door. he heard his daughter screaming. he ran to the fronts room and the intruder assaulted his daughter cindy holding her at gun points looking for money. congressman boswell went over and tried to disarm the intruder. his grandson went into another room, grabbed a shotgun, points it at the intruder and the suspect fled counties nearby woods. >> he just, you know, want to protect his daughter. he went in there and tried to stop the situation. >> reporter: and stopped it effectively. aside from minor scrapes and bruises. he and his family app
-old leonard boswell is an eight term democratic congressman and had his fair share of skirmishes on the political field. but saturday night he was at his vacation home in you'll iowa when an intruder broke in, physically assaulted the congressman's daughter and demanded money. he heard his daughter's screams and the lawmaker, who we should tell you served two terms in vietnam, didn't hesitate. the congressman told reporters, quote, there was an assailant with my daughter on the floor, hand on her throat and gun at her face. >> entered the walkway of their house and immediately just went for the guy's gun and was wrestling with him. i think at one point they were both on the ground. >> reporter: boswell suffered a broken rib in the altercation. boswell's 22-year-old grandson grabbed a shotgun from another room and point it had at the han who ran off into the field near the house. >> this has made national headlines, and, you know, friends from all over the country. they have been fielding calls all day from friends and family from around the country making sure they are all right.
. first to the new york newsroom where craig boswell is standing by with the other head lines. >> financial markets growing more and more anxious as tuesday's debt deadline ceiling nears. the dow closed 97 points lower. that wraps up you a week long slide. since monday the dow jones industrial average dropped more than 500 points and s&p 500 lost 8 points and nasdaq dropped 10. >> tropical storm don fizzling out before hitting texas. it had been forecast to hit the texas coast with 50-mile per hour winds and instead brought summer thunderstorms. folks were hoping it would bring much needed rainfall. a tropical storm warning has been lifted. i'm craig boswell. back to "on the record." for all your headlines log on to fox news .com. >> greta: one senator is breaking ranks with his party. first term senator joe mention says he will not vote -- joe manchin says he will not vote for speaker boehner's plan. earlier today, senator joe manchin went on the record. you don't like senator reid's bill or speaker boehner's bill. what is wrong with both and what do you like? >> i respect bo
the hour. iowa congressman leonard boswell is thanked god he's alive and hopes no up with has to go through what his family did this weekend. an armed gunman broke into boswell's home on saturday night, confronted his daughter, demanded cash. the 77-year-old boswell says he wrestled the masked intruder to the ground and they tumbled down a flight of stairs before the congressman's grandson pointed a shotgun at the armed gunman forcing him to plea. >> when you're in danger, you have to do something. >> boswell says when he saw the home invader put a gun to his daughter's head, he reacted like any father would. his doctor told him he cracked a couple ribs but otherwise he's okay. >> it's stunning. glad that ended properly. >>> police have arrested a man who they nicknamed the thief of the faithful. he would wait for people to start praying at a chapel at an airport in italy and then he would rip them off. ironically he was caught from above by a security camera. you can see the whole operation unfold. police say that he would pose as a muslim worshipper who just left the room and would wait f
art exhibit. fox news correspondent craig boswell has more. >> it's a rare art exhibition called out of this world. a collection of works created under the nasa art program that's been touring the country since late 2008. it's now displayed at the national air & space museum in washington, d.c. >> one of the neat ways to celebrate the anniversary of the agency was to do an art show that traced the whole history of nasa. >> in 1962, nasa administrator james e. webb invited a group of artists to illustrate the agency's mission and projects. renowned artist including mitchell jamieson and andy warhol have been documenting the extraordinary venture of space flight ever since. >> you really, really learn what the story of nasa is through the eyes of artists. >> faces and personalities of astronauts, scientists and engineers are portrayed in these works, the more than 70 works present a different view of nasa than the ones in history books or on news shows. there's a bittersweet reality to this exhibition. no artists were commissioned for the final launch due to budget cuts. >> sometim
. craig boswell gives us a sneak peek of the exhibit. >> reporter: it's a rare art exhibition called out of this world, a collection of works created under the nasa art program that's been touring since late 2008. it's displayed at the national air and space museum in washington, d.c. >> one of the neat ways to celebrate the 50th anniversary was to do an art show that traces the whole history of nasa. >> reporter: in 1962, nasa administrator james e. webb invited a group of artists to illustrate the agency's mission and projects. renowned artists have been documenting the adventure of space flight ever since. >> you really, really learn what the story of nasa is through the eyes of artists. >> reporter: faces and personalities of astronauts, scientists and engineers are are portrayed in the works. there's a bittersweet reality to this exhibition. no artists were commissioned for "endeavour"'s final launch due to budget cuts. >> sometimes we do get donations to the art program and we're excited to have them and we've had some major artists donate works as well. so we'll see what comes in
boswell. >> to make sure you do everything you can to keep the family safe. they said i couldn't fight above my weight class. but i did. they said i couldn't get elected to congress. but i did. ♪ smetimes when we touch ha ha! millions of hits! [ male announc ] flick, stack, and move between active apps seamlessly. only on the new hp touchpad with webos. the motorola expert from sprint. its powerful tools help you work faster and smarter so you can get back to playing "angry birds." it lets you access business forms on the go, fire off e-mails with the qwerty keypad, and work securely around the world so you can get back to playing "angry birds." it's the android-powered phone that mixes business with pleasure. so let's get our work done, america, so we can all get back to playing "angry birds." the motorola expert from sprint. trouble hearing on the phone? visit sprintrelay.com. [ female announcer ] sweet honey taste. 80 calories per serving. 40% daily value of fiber. i'm here in the downtown area where the crowd is growing. [ female announcer ] watching calories at breakfast never t
:30 this morning. this is the final mission of nasa's 30 year space shuttle program. fox's craig boswell joins us in florida with more. craig, what an experience for you to be there. what's your reaction to being there in person, especially given the historic nature of all this. >> good everyoning. the reaction here was incredible as that picture perfect liftoff, the final liftoff of the space shuttle atlantis, not without drama, of course, when the timing stopped at 31 seconds. the count down stopped at 31 seconds. there was an audible grown from the crowd. all the photographers, everyone gathered to watch this launch. then a couple minutes later when they restarted that count down went from 30 to 29 and kept on going down and then just everyone just silent as the shuttle just lifted off. picture perfect. there was a break in the weather that timed out perfectly. we could see the shuttle close to a minute before it disappeared and that's amazing. we were here for endeavor back in may and it disappeared 20, 25 seconds. we had a great view. close to 750,000 people, maybe a million people here for
-old democratic congressman boswell. his spokesman says that the congressman tried to grab the man's weapon and the spokesman said that is when the congressman's son grabbed a shotgun and scared away the suspect. the family is shaken up. but no one seriously hurt. the united states is starting the troop draw down in afghanistan as the violence is rising as it is every summer. and what changes in leadership mean. the stronger the rapids, the more we loved it. took some wild risks when i was young. but i was still taking a risk with my cholesterol. anyone with high cholesterol may be at increased risk of heart attack. diet and exercise weren't enough for me. i stopped kidding myself. i've been eating healthier, exercising more, and now i'm also taking lipitor. if you've been kidding yourself about high cholesterol, stop. along with diet, lipitor has been shown to lower bad cholesterol to 60 percent. lipitor is fda approved to reduce the risk of heart attack and stroke in patits who have heart diase or risk factors for heart disease. [ female annncer ] lipitor is not for evyone, including peop
education. that being carol boswell's legal education in public policy. and that me set the stage for just a moment. a very influential new deal official. sometimes described as the father of modern public in a political scientists. the time he and mcdougal, the young professor, wrote this, the law itself had just changed in a tectonic nine. zero richter scale way because the supreme court had given him and decided that after all the u.s. constant -- constitution did not prevent the government from learning that the economy. it would agree to not strike down most regulatory programs. and so we were fairly launched upon a very new era of logical thought. the government doing much more than it ever did. yet here we have the law school's still teaching the same old curriculum. this was the beginning of the articles argument one. in particular the law schools are still teaching about so-called private law contracts and property and various other topics that were, indeed, typically thought of as necessary for mr. in ways it were going to go up and began arranging business deals that resulted in
, totaling up to $5 billion over the next five years. mr. boswell: there is no direction that ensures that the secretary include existing suicide programs as priorities for reinvestment from these savings. this amendment simply clarifies that suicide prevention programs which already exist, have already been authorized, are a priority and will remain a priority. we must do everything in our power to reduce the suicide rates of our men and women in uniform and this amendment fulfills that obligation. i reserve the plans of my time. the chair: the gentleman may not reserve the balance of his time. mr. boswell: i yield back. the chair: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentleman from new jersey rise? >> i make a point of order against the amendment because it proposes to change existing law and constitutes legislation on an appropriations bill, therefore it violates clause 2 of rule 21. the rule states in pertinent part, an amendment to a yen appropriations bill should not be in order if changing existing law. mr. frelinghuysen: this amendment proposes to state a legis
and accosted his family. they grabbed the democrat's daughter and demanded money while boswell quickly responded by tackling the dude. the thug broke free and that's when leonard's grandson entered the scene and pointed a loaded shotgun at the crook who then responded by running away. on tuesday, 19-year-old cody john roland was arrested and charged with first degree -- patty anne brown, you are a criminal. we know that. anyway, was charged with first degree burglary and assault. but let's listen in as the 77-year-old congressman badass explains his butt-kicking philosophy to reporter. >> i was certainly reacting as a father. this was my daughter. he had his hand on her throat and a gun in her face. if you are going to shoot somebody, i prefer you shoot me. and r and so i went after him. >> so do you think the criminal will now think twice before breaking into another home again? >> i love first time guests. you have to let me throw to the ostrich and the iphone. >> see, sean, wasn't that worth the wait? >> yeah. it was really worth the wait. i have never seen that before. >> now you c
america's news headquarters, i'm craig boswell, financial markets are growing more and more aircrafts as tuesday's debt ceiling deadline nears. the do closed today 97 points lower, that wraps up a week-long slide. since monday, the dow jones industrial average has dropped more than 500 points and the s&p lost 8 and the nasdaq dropped 10. people in texas hoped tropical storm don would bring badly needed rain, but it fizzled out in a sparsely populated area of south texas. it had been forecast to have 50-mile-per-hour winds and heavy rain. don brought lingering scattered showers. much of the lone star state is in an extreme drought. the tropical storm warning has been lifted. back to "on the record." for all your headlines, go to foxnews.com. record." for all your headlines log on to fox news .com. >> greta: one senator is breaking ranks with his party. first term senator joe mention says he will not vote -- joe manchin says he will not vote for speaker boehner's plan. earlier today, senator joe manchin went on the record. you don't like senator reid's bill or speaker boehner's bill. wh
attacked him. this was during a camping trip in colorado. nick boswell woke up saturday morning to find the bear inside his tent. the bear bit him on the leg. other campers eventually chased that bear away. >> he tried to pull me out 0 at one point and luckily the pajamas broke so she just took my pajamas. >> wildlife officers say it was unprovoked but there was food inside the tent. they killed the bear about 20 yards from where the attack happened. >>> a person got too close to a tsa agent. this 61-year-old groped an agent. the woman refused to go through passenger screening, then being came upset before she then grabbed an agent's breast with both hands, the woman now faces a felony count of sexual abuse. >>> so close but, in the end, they came up short. up next the u.s. women stood proud and made it all the way to the finals but they were ousted by a penalty shootout. we are joined up next to look back at the heartbreaker, plus we're checking your weather and traffic. stay with us.  hi, we're looking to save some money on our car insurance. great! at progressive, you
. craig boswell joins us live this morning. >> reporter: good morning. we are some 55 minutes and 3 seconds roughly away from the landing of the space shuttle atlantis. they have completed the deorbit burn, roughly 10 minutes ago, basically burning off all fuel. it is a go. there is no turning back now. the space shuttle will be landing here in less than an hour. kind of a bittersweet moment as three decades of shuttle missions come to an end. shuttle atlantis on her way back to planet earth. this landing is the last for any shuttle as the space agency puts the brake on the 30-year- old program. >> it will be tough. it will be an emotional moment for a lot of people would have dedicated their lives to the shuttle program for 30 years. we'll ripe to keep it upbeat, light and a celebration of the tremendous crowning achievement achievements. >> the era of shuttle travel first began in 1981 with the launch of columbia. >> the shuttle has cleared the tower. >> reporter: atlantis made her debut in april 158. >> all three engines up and burning. two, one, disweer owe and liftoff. >> repor
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